Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 25, 1969 · Page 38
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 38

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K-- NORTHWEST MES. Fa vine, Ait., Fritoy; AH* », MM MAIN COURSE DISHES PIZZA PERFECT Mrs. Patrick T. Lynch li; South Duncan V.ivctteville, Ark. 1 I pound ground beef pound sausage pound bacon (cut in 'i inch pieces) oniun. thin sliced 1 green pepper, thin sliced 2 1-lb. cans stewed tomatoes 2 G oz. cans tomato paste 4 cloves garlic, minced 2 tablespoons crushed oregano 2 tablespoons whole basil 2 teaspoons salt coarse - cracked pepper stuffed olives, sliced mushrooms, sliced (optional) Parmesan cheese Mozarella cheese, coarsely grated (approx. 10-oz) Brown the sausage, bacon, r round lcef, onion and green lcpper lightly in skillet: drain nlT fat. Add the next seven in predirnts and simmer for one hour. All or part of this mix- nirr may now be put in freezer lontainers (using I'.i cups for l a c h 12 inch pizza) and frozen lur later use if desired. Pizza Crust 2 cups warm (nut hot) water 2 pkg. active dry yeast U cup sugar 2 teaspoons salt i; 7 cups flour egg cup soft shortening ,,, mixing bowl, dissolve jrast in water. Add sugar, salt and about half the flour. Beat thoroughly 2 minutes. Add the 1I'.f, and shortening. Beat in gradually the remaining flour until s m o o t h ( m a y be tneadcd). This may also be frozen for later use if desired 'using "2 cup dough for each 12 inch pizza.) When ready to prepare pizza -- thaw dough and sauce if frozen and heat oven to 450 de- prees. Lightly grease pizza pans and pat \'i cup of dough nut evenly to the edges of each pan Spread I'.i cups of sauce .,n the dough, arrange the sliced olives and mushrooms on top ;,nd bake 20-25 minutes nr until , rust is lightly browned. Remove from oven and sprinkle n i l over with Parmesan cheese and thr grated Mozzarella i-hccse Return to oven and bake another five minutes to melt cheese. Cut into wedges «mrl serve. You can use your imagination to create n variety of dif- Icrent pizzas. Already cooked ingredients such as pepperom, ' mclicon meats, smoked oys- i, rs. shrimp, sardines or an- hovies may replace all or part i,f the meat in the recipe by .-nlding them after the mixture lias cooked or arranging them on the pizza after the sauce hat been spread on. If you prefer, a packaged hot roll mix may be used instead of the pizza crust recipe here. PEPPER STEAK Mrs. Jack C. Ames Route 1 Fayetteville, Ark. 1!4 Ib. round steak 1 cup tomatoes Vi cup flour Vii teaspoon salt % teaspoon pepper 1 tablespoon gravy base 'A cup cooking oil 1% cup water '/z cup chopped onion 1 clove garlic minced 1 Va teaspoon Worcestershire sauce 2 large green peppers, cut in strips hot cooked rice 1 'i In JAPANESE FOODS ENJOY TASTY TERIYAKI at MCB BOW. 44 Different Cantonese Polynesian - Japanese Dishes Hiwoy 112 N. 447-2222 Open 5 P.M. - 9:30 P.M. doted Monday BRAISED BEEF TENDERLOIN TIPS Wynona Mitchell Route 7 Fayetteville, Ark. 2 Ibs. boneless boilinc beef 1 medium onion 1 stalk celery salt flour Salt and flour each piece of beef separately and brown each piece on both sides in small amount of shortening in deep skillet. When borwn, pour in enough water to cover meat. Cover skillet with lid and let cook for approximately 1W hrs, over low heat, or until meat is done. Add water as needed. Chop onion in medium pieces and cut celery in pieces about 14 inch thick. Place in skillet with meat and cook until don* If gravy is not thick enough, thicken with a Hour and water mixture. Serves 6 to *, ILSON! I DOWNTOWN EMMA AVENUE | SPRINGOAIE, AMC. «"»»· 7S1-9MI Cut steak in strips, combine flour, salt and pepper. Coat meat. Brown in skillet. Dram tomatoes, add liquid to water, onions and garlic. Add to meat. Cover and simmer for 1 hr. and 15 min. Uncover add green peppers and Worcestershire sauce, gravy base. Simmer 5 min. Add tomatoes and cook 5 min. long er. Serve over hot rice. BROWNING FURNITURE 215 W. Walnut Rogers, Ark. Ethan Allen American Traditional Furniture Just Like Having A Scot On The New York Stock Exchange WHEN YOU VISIT A.G. EDWARDS AND SONS, Inc. Fayetteville Office Many Ladies in Northwest Arkansas Are Some of Our Finest Clients WHY NOT YOU? ''they're always courteous You Are Always Welcome To Visit With Us We Would Lore To Have You A. G. EDWARDS SONS, Inc. · Don Trumbo · W.W. Anderson ·Jim Holladay · Coy Kaylor. Jr. · Jos. G. Wilkinson · Edwin L. Ritter · Weston Rogers Phone Foyerteyille 521-2200 Springdole 751-9262 Rogers 636-4510 29 E. Center, Foyetteville

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